What it is, Benefits and How it Works



Melatonin, which helps regulate our circadian rhythm, falls into a category of substances known as neurotransmitters.

Also known as the hormone of darkness or the hormone of night, melatonin is secreted by an organ in our brain called the pineal gland.

As we age, production levels of melatonin tend to drop off. This can have effects on how well we sleep.

Melatonin has been shown to reduce blood pressure, which can help to improve your overall heart health.

Melatonin may help to lower cholesterol levels.

Melatonin works improve the quality of your sleep.

Try taking no more than 3 mg per day in order to prevent possible side effects.